Star Wars Battlefront II has had its fair share of issues since launch. Initially, the game was panned for its pay-to-win microtransaction model and then the delayed updates irked numerous consumers. Luckily, EA posted a roadmap of future content.
Today, EA announced a Han Solo Season for Star Wars Battlefront II which starts on May 16, 2018. According to EA, the fun begins with a trip back to the original trilogy before jumping into new Solo: A Star Wars Story content in June.
Starting on April 18, 2018, players can jump into a new, limited-time mode, and unlock special appearances through microtransactions in the "Night on Endor" update. Gamers can either play as an Ewok defending your homeland, or as a Stormtrooper.
After giving the unprecedented backlash time to die down, EA is bringing loot boxes back into Star Wars Battlefront II. Here's why this will anger the community even further and ultimately cause the game to suffer more than it already has.
EA never learns because despite missing sales targets, the publisher confirmed that microtransactions would return to Star Wars Battlefront II in the coming months. The game generated a lot of controversy for its loot crates months ago.
The new Star Wars: Battlefront II by EA shares a similar name to the 2005 classic, developed by Pandemic, but both games are totally different. If you're not a fan of the new game, the older title is still being played today. This is why.
Today, EA released the first free season of Star Wars Battlefront II in which players received Star Wars: The Last Jedi content. Finn joins the battle as a playable hero while Captain Phasma is playable as a new villain.
Recently, EA's CFO Blake Jorgensen said that cosmetic customization wasn't part of Star Wars Battlefront II because they violated Star Wars canon. However, a dataminer has now spotted cosmetic options buried in the game files.
Star Wars Battlefront II has been the center of controversy for weeks now and earning in-game credits is a pain. As with any such problem, gamers always manage to find creative solutions. This time around it involves rubber bands.
Star Wars Battlefront II recently generated a lot of controversy for its loot crates and microtransactions. The outcry among gamers caused the publisher to pull micropayments but the issue has since been taken by up by governments worldwide.
Over the past few weeks Digital Foundry has conducted many analyses on Xbox One X and PlayStation 4 Pro games. Digital Foundry's report on Star Wars: Battlefront 2 was by far the most awaited one of them all due to its gorgeous visuals.